Tuesday, 28 June 2011

PLAYFUL POLTERGEIST HAUNTS SCOTTISH CAFE

A SWEET-TOOTHED ghost has whipped up a storm in a teacup at a village cafe.
The friendly "Casper" likes to move sweet jars and other goodies around the tearoom in the night.
But the playful poltergeist sometimes makes an appearance during the day.
Laura McKirdy and her mum Fiona believe they are being haunted by an old lady dubbed Nanny Goony by folk in Cardross, Dunbartonshire.



Laura said: "I had just locked the door one evening when a jar of lollipops went crashing to the floor.
"I thought I'd just pick them all up in the morning but, when I came back, they were back in the jar and stood upright. Other spooky happenings include sweets moving on their own, pictures falling off the wall and crumbs appearing on newly wiped tables.
Fiona said: "One time we heard the sound of legs moving under a table, but there was nobody there."
The cafe owners called in the Scottish Society for Psychical Research to investigate.
Paranormal expert Ron Halliday described the goings-on as typical poltergeist activity.
He said: "It could be that it is a trapped soul who is trying to send a message to the owners themselves."
Laura added:"She doesn't seem to mean any harm. She's a very friendly ghost - I wouldn't stay here if she wasn't."
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